ACC 2 Financial Accounting and Reporting.

Develops in business majors as well as non-business majors an ability to read and understand general-purpose financial statements of businesses, ranging from large publicly traded corporations to small privately held companies. As such financial information is widely disseminated, an understanding of financial statements is useful in a professional career and personal life. The sequence progresses from an introductory level, which focuses on using and interpreting financial statements, through intermediate and advanced levels, which examine the impact of more complex transactions and events on financial statements.

1. ACC 221 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3); and

2. ACC 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting (3); and

3. ACC 422 Financial Accounting Research (3)

Note: Not open to business majors.

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